Web 2.0 with David Weinberger, Dave Winer and Doc Searls
The Internet just got cool again. Forget the crash. What was a collection of static pages and commerce sites has become a living, breathing conversation. A handful of innovations Â tagging, syndication and yes, of course, blogging Â have only now become user-friendly. TheyÂre changing the way we communicate. And finally, the doomsday predictions about the old models Â of journalism, of marketing, of research Â are no longer exaggerated.
Run time 52:00
TheyÂre calling it Web 2.0, and it will probably change your life. A few people saw it coming all along. Hyperlinks subvert hierarchy, they wrote.
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